CPMA develops resources and tools to help grow the market for fresh fruit and vegetables in Canada. From programs to encourage increased consumption, to tools to improve efficiencies in the supply chain, CPMA  supports our members’ capacity to grow their businesses.




As a member of CPMA, you benefit from programs and services that will help you sustain your business within the Canadian marketplace. Our valued members include major grower/shippers/packers, importer/exporters, brokers, wholesalers, retailers, fresh cuts and foodservice operators and distributors and more, covering all segments of the fresh produce industry.

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CPMA Corporate Culture Awards

How does your company compare to the best in the business?
Corporate culture is essential to driving business performance, and CPMA and Waterstone Human Capital have teamed up to help you take your company to the next level!

Using best-in-class standards developed for the Most Admired Corporate Culture™ awards, Waterstone Human Capital will assess your organization’s corporate culture and select the winner of the first annual CPMA Corporate Culture Awards!

To register or to learn more, please contact cpmaculture@waterstonehc.com,
or click here.

Business Sessions
Passion For Produce

Passion for Produce 2019

PFP 2019 will take place in Montréal, Québec
Tuesday, April 2 - Thursday, April 4, 2019 during our
Annual CPMA Convention and Trade Show.


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CPMA works with academic and private sector partners to support research which provides insights for the produce industry. An annual Canadian consumption study tracks behaviour with respect to fruit and vegetable consumption and augments Statistics Canada data.

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Produce Talks: The CPMA Podcast

These podcasts offer industry the opportunity to hear about the latest research, new industry trends, innovations in food science and other topics to help provide insights into an ever changing industry.

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